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As with most sports stadiums, the seat numbers for Progressive Field are relatively easy to follow. Seat number 1 is always located next to the section with the next lower number. So, for instance, let’s say you have a ticket for seat 1 in section 163. That would be located on the aisle directly adjacent to section 162.
The six sections of Outfield Bleachers, numbered from 180 to 185 in left field, are home to some of the most ardent and colorful Indians fans, and provide a great view of the game, as well as a chance to snag some homers, all while enjoying one of Progressive Field’s refreshing Summer Shandies for the uninitiated, that’s beer and lemonade.
Of course, as with any baseball field, lower level seats located on the infield are always a good choice, with seating behind the bench being the most coveted. However, Progressive Stadium pretty much offers a great view no matter what the vantage point, provided the seats are angled toward the infield. Not much of a problem there, but do try to avoid sections 119 through 121, as you’ll be sitting with your back to the giant scoreboard. Sections 176 and 177, located in the left field corner, are also not the best choice since they don’t offer a very good view of the action. Out of all the sections, 520 and 521 in the Upper Deck are the only ones that aren’t angled toward the infield, but are priced reasonably well. Section 101 is located right next to the Indians’ bullpen.
Progressive Field offers a few premium seating options for Cleveland Indians games. The Club Lounge seats are located in sections 326-348 offer great views of the action, as well as a massive lounge with TV's which comes with unlimited food and non-alcoholic drinks are included in these seats. The Budweiser Patio, located in right field corner, offer a combination of traditional ballpark and table top seating, plus all you can eat meal service which concludes one hour after the scheduled start of the game.
Transit is the first and last thing anyone attending a game has to deal with. Having a pleasant experience with either one influences your time at the game. So for those of you taking mass transit, you’ll be happy to know that the stadium is located a short walk away from the Rapid Line at Tower City. If you’re driving, fear not. $12.00 will actually get you a parking spot that doesn’t require a three-day hike to the park. The vendors are friendly, and the food is terrific think sausages from the famous Westside Market. If you’re lucky, you’ll buy a ticket for dollar hotdog night although prepare to wait in long food lines if you do. The beer at Progressive Field is also a cut above other stadiums, as Cleveland ballpark execs realized patrons would like a selection that’s a bit more diverse. It is this approach a stadium designed for the total experience that makes Progressive Field such a welcome break from the mundane.
The dimensions at Progressive Field are as follows (all measurements from home plate): 325ft to Left-Field, 370ft to Left-Center, 405ft to Center (410ft to deep center), 375ft to Right-Center, 325ft to Right-Field. Progressive field is known as a pitcher-friendly ballpark.
The Cleveland Indians dugout is located in front of sections 162-165, and the visitors dugout is located in front of sections 138-146. The Cleveland Indians bullpen is located next to section 101, and the visitors bullpen is located next to section 113, and in front of section 311.
The Upper Deck of Progressive Field, while affording fans a spectacular view of the Cleveland skyline, is built incredibly steep. Fans have reported feeling as though they are watching the game from directly above, which isn’t the best arrangement for anyone with a fear of heights. However, Upper Outfield Reserved seats tend to be among the lowest-priced around.
If you are looking to sit in the shade at a Cleveland Indians game, you want to stick to seats on the third base side of the ballpark. There is very little overhand from the upper level sections, so sitting in the last few rows in the lower level will not protect you from the suns rays. Seats in the upper deck fall under an overhang in the last few rows, but will not keep you in the shade unless you sit on the third base side.
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